About that drink
The first mention of the drink is in OH Byron's The Modern Bartender's Guide of 1884. From the mid-19th century, European vermouth houses began exporting heavily to the United States, where the herbed wine quickly became a favorite of indulgent drinkers and bartender advanced. However, the Martinez is the most important representative of this vermouth boom, which is also reflected in other classic drinks. In favor of the new ingredient, the cocktail is not based on a traditional foundation such as whiskey or rum.
• 30ml Gin Luum
• 60 ml sweet vermouth
• 1 BL Maraschino
• 1 Dash Angostura Bitters
• roasted orange slice as a garnish
Stir all the ingredients in a mixing glass over ice and strain into the pre-chilled glass (without ice). Then garnish with lemon or orange zest.